Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Co-host your own outside broadcast

Fancy yourself as a sports presenter?  Have a go at this competition run by @GameOn2FM and @RaboDirectIE

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Calling all rugby fanatics!

Is your club, town, pub or province the spiritual home of Irish rugby? RaboDirect, the straight talking savings bank, are teaming up with RTE 2fm’s Game On to offer one lucky rugby fan the chance to co-host their own special ‘Rabo Tackles Rugby’ live outside broadcast with Damien O’Meara, ahead of Ireland’s big RBS 6 Nations clash against England on Thursday 20th February.

The lucky winner will get the chance to become part of the Game On broadcasting team. As well as quizzing the pundits on all things rugby, they will also help to choose the venue for the outside broadcast and bring along twenty of their friends and family to help create a special passionate, local rugby atmosphere.

So if you’re a die-hard rugby fan, and reckon your local club, town, pub or province is the true spiritual home of Irish rugby, get involved in this cracking rugby competition and help put on your own Rabo Tackles Rugby show, LIVE on RTE 2fm’s Game On.

How do I win?

To be in with a chance of winning this amazing prize, all you need to do is submit your own 40 second audio clip, telling us why your club, city, town, village, pub or province is the true ‘spiritual home of Irish rugby.’ Is it your deafening decibels on match day? The miles clocked up by your travelling fans? Your legendary local club eccentrics? All you need is a phone, voice-recorder or computer. We’ll be looking for the most original and straight-talking entries from the most dedicated rugby fans, so get creative!

You can enter by either submitting your mp3 clip via email to the show at gameon@rte.ie or phone RTE’s comment line on 1850 715 105 (and don't forget to leave your contact details!).

NOTE :HarpinOnRugby has no involvement in the organisation of this competition and all queries should be directed to RaboDirect or RTE

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